For North Bay Seniors, Wildfire Recovery May Mean Something Different

KCBS Radio: On-Demand
Thursday, October 11th
Most of the people who died when the Tubbs Fire swept west from Calistoga last October were over the age of 70. Among the survivors, many seniors on fixed incomes were forced to leave the increasingly expensive region. And among those who have stayed are many for whom rebuilding is just not in the cards. KCBS Radio's Jenna Lane found one such couple in Santa Rosa, and introduces us to the McCarthys.